(This article was edited and updated on April 8, 2012)
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The Surgeon General of the United States, the World Health Organization, and the consensus of scientific and medical opinion have come to the strange conclusion, based on Nazi ideology and Monsanto-funded studies, that the absence of carcinogens is more carcinogenic than their presence.
Nowadays it isn't unusual to see women cops. But it was before 1973. That's when the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA) decided to withhold federal funding from police departments which did not end the height requirements that had kept most women out. Discrimination against women within law enforcement didn't stop, but their numbers increased.
What if there were an election and nobody came?
(ANTIMEDIA) Maryland — Last week, political prisoner Irwin Schiff died behind bars at the age of 87. He was serving multiple sentences related to his work protesting and challenging tax laws.
This case, if it is not allowed to vanish from the public eye, could have major implications for the candidates, the political parties, and the corrupt power structure in Washington, D.C. Let's help Sibel shine a spotlight on the case by spreading this information far and wide. --folkie
Jobs that pay a living wage or better are scarce in the United States these days, so if you're entering the job market you'll want to pay attention to these secrets for success:
1. Be a good fit for the position.
When I was a kid cartoonists who wanted to depict a lunatic would draw a guy carrying a placard saying, "The end of the world is nigh." Nowadays Doomers tend to be respected scientists and their well-documented evidence is undisputable. It is those who still believe in government, science, technology, progress, and development who are out of touch with reality.
Please read this essay by Andre Vltchek:
In the USA – “I Cannot Write!”
After you've read it, you'll understand what I am about to write.
On Monday, April 27, 2015, Mumia Abu-Jamal was allegedly transferred to the prison infirmary. Since then he has been held incommunicado and his lawyer, his wife, and his friends have been denied contact. Here's the latest update from Noelle Hanrahan of prison radio:
I've heard some people say that chattel slavery ended in the USA. Chattel slavery is defined as when a slave is considered property of an individual. The owner of a slave can do with that property as they wish. Work it to death, kill it, or give it a privileged role in the big house if the slave is submissive, obedient, and loyal enough.
Imagine something so precious that only the most powerful rulers and their cronies are allowed to have it, and it is forbidden to ordinary people. That precious right is the ability to make decisions about how you can live, what you can or cannot do, and what opportunities your children will have. It is what the right to vote should be, but is not.
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